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could have done. >> paul: rancid deal. is it good for you, may not taste right. how much damage is there to the economy from this bill? >> i prefer the least rotten apple. [ laughter ] >> i think two big problems here. people who believe that the rich should pay more do not understand the effects of marginal rates. >> dollar of income you earn? >> it lower the incentives that you want people to take risks and to create. the other problem is, it does affect tax revenues. the guys with the green eye shades, if you raise the taxes we'll get this much more in revenue but if you lower the incentive of people to take risks generally that revenue doesn't come in. >> paul: so you don't get as much as you think. mary, the economy seems to be -- the stock market loved this. they blew out the next day and based on the prospect something would get done. how long go market is recovering. the economy and job market still not great, 155,000 new jobs, but the economy does seem to be doing okay. >> i think that is probably okay. the economy will do okay. but when you have an unemployment at 7.8%
was the least rotten apple they could have gotten. >> paul: a rancid deal and i don't like the spinach reference. how much damage is there to the economy from in bill? >> well, i prefer the least rotten apple than spinach. i think that the two big problems here, people who believe that the rich should pay more do not understand the effects of marginal rates. when you raise marginal rates-- >> the next dollar of income that you earn. >> right, it lowers the incentive of the people that you want it take risk and to innovate and to create. that's one problem. so it will affect the growth of the economy. the other problem is, it does affect tax revenues. the guys with the green eye shades say well if we raise the taxes this much, we'll get this much more revenue. if you lower the incentive of people to take risk, generally what happens, revenue does not come in. >> paul: you don't get as much as you think you'll do. >> exactly. >> here, mary, look, the economy seemed, the stock market loved it, the hs blew out the next day and up based on the prospect that something would get d
betray our children and future generations. >> paul: welcome to the journal editorial report, i'm paul gigot. that was president obama in his inaugural address monday, promising to make global warming a top priority in a second term, it's an issue that is sure to bring some fierce policy showdowns, the first of which may come under the keystone xl pipeline since 2008. and a revised route through nebraska this week, the final hurdle to the project at the state level and 53 senators, including 9 democrats sent a letter to the white house on wednesday urging president obama to expedite its approval. and joining the panel this week, wall street journal assistant page editor, james freeman and senior economics writer steve moore and washington columnist kim strassel. kim, where did that come from? i don't remember the climate change being something that the president talked a lot about in the campaign if at all. >> surprise. >> paul: and he didn't wait for the state of the union, it's in the inaugural address. so, what's going on here politically? >> well, i think some of us did think it wa
. welcome to the journal editorial report. i'm paul gigot. that didn't take long, fresh off the biggest tax increase the country has seen the last 20 years. the democrats are planning their next revenue grab. mitch mcconnell declared the tax issue over this week, saying it's now time to focus on washington's spending program. but president obama insists any cut must be be accompanied by more tax revenue. and mouse minority leader nancy pelosi says future tax hikes are not off the table. >> the president had said originally he wanted 1.6 trillion in revenue and he took it down to 1.2 as a compromise and this legislation will get 620 billion dollars, very significant, high end tax, changing the high end tax rate to 39.6%, but that's not enough on the revenue side. >> paul: joining the panel, dan henninger, editorial board member, mary anastasia o'grady and kim strassel. kim, before we get to the next tax increase, i want to inform our viewers about the stealth tax increase, eliminating some deductions and exemptions for taxpayers above $250,000, not $400,000 as the advertising and political s
's even one life that can be saved, then we've got an obligation to try it. >> paul: welcome to the journal editorial report, i'm paul gigot, that was president obama rolling out the plan to curb gun violence and the president outlined 23 executive actions, including more steps to make more federal data available from background checks and increased access to mental health services and he called on congress to reinstate the federal assault weapons ban and prohibit high capacity gun magazines that can hold more than ten rounds. so, what's likely to get passed and what difference will it make? let's ask wall street journal columnist and political he editor and washington columnist kim strassel. >> has a hypothetical, let's assume that everything the president is proposing becomes law. what difference would it make? >> well, it's not quite a hypothetical, paul. the president just said, if we can save just one life, if we have to do this, from 1994, to 2004, we had the law banning assault rifles and high capacity magazines. the national research council and the centers for diseas
] [cheers and applause] >> tonight on book tv, the author of ron paul's "revolution" talks about the career and influence of the texas congressman. and then the legal fight against unequal pay for women, and collin powell talks about his memoir, and shirley sherrod on the controversial internet video and accusations of racism that lost her, her job. >> i don't know. someone took a shot, and as soon as i shot this part i went down, and i think was something like 96 tanks, and each one would fire into the group, and then they came around, they shot -- to put it simply, 150 captive and 84 were shot down by ss forces that captured them. the survivors, including ted palusch, played dead in the field after they were -- they were fired on by machine guns at close range. from the distance from myself at the podium to you sitting in the audience. this range. machine guns were fired at these men. they didn't run. they fell to the ground. >> december 17, 1944. an american convoy in belgium is spotted and captured by german troops, sunday night at 9:00 eastern and pacific. part of american history tv t
spoke at the cato institute of washington. this includes remarks by one paul sun, senator rand paul. it's an hour and 10 minutes. >> good afternoon. welcome to the cato institute. i'm david boaz of the institute of her trying something different you are doing an event after work hours. we'll see how that works out, but hopefully it's good for people who have jobs and can't come to the events we do usually at noon. required to have a very interesting discussion of "ron paul's revolution." about 30 years ago there was a book published about the early years of the libertarian movement called it usually begins a timer and unless we found a cato, that most of our interns and students who came to her seminaries had first read the fountainhead. not all of him, but more than anything else. i think you can say over the past six years, it usually begins with ron paul. as we get more people hitting their first taste of libertarian ideas and maybe then they move on to read ayn rand and cato policy studies, whatever. but a lot of people being brought to the concept of liberty and limited governm
of her shoes." mazibuko: they were doing the song and then they stopped and paul simon said to mr. shabalala "can you play this song? i'm just doing this song 'diamonds on the soles of her shoes'." and then so joseph just took a piece paper and then the pen and then he wrote it down in only a few words. what were the words? [chanting lyric in zulu language] ♪ amanto mbazane ayeza ♪ ♪ she's a rich girl ♪ ♪ she don't try to hide it ♪ ♪ got diamonds on the soles of her shoes ♪ ♪ he's a poor boy empty as a pocket ♪ ♪ he's empty as a pocket with nothing to lose ♪ mazibuko: the zulu lyrics means... [speaking zulu] it's not usual... [speaking zulu] but in our days... [speaking zulu] we see those things happen. [speaking zulu] the women, they can take care of themselves. ♪ i got diamonds on the soles of my shoes, yeah ♪ ♪ well... ♪ simon: we decided to put ladysmith black mambazo at the end of the track. they had never sung with musicians before, they always sang a cappella. mazibuko: we were there maybe not even two hours'
] [cheers and applause] paul sun, senator rand paul. it's an hour and 10 minutes. >> good afternoon. welcome to the cato institute. i'm david boaz of the institute of her trying something different you are doing an event after work hours. we'll see how that works out, but hopefully it's good for people who have jobs and can't come to the events we do usually at noon. required to have a very interesting discussion of "ron paul's revolution." about 30 years ago there was a book published about the early years of the libertarian movement called it usually begins a timer and unless we found a cato, that most of our interns and students who came to her seminaries had first read the fountainhead. not all of him, but more than anything else. i think you can say over the past six years, it usually begins with ron paul. as we get more people hitting their first taste of libertarian ideas and maybe then they move on to read ayn rand and cato policy studies, whatever. but a lot of people being brought to the concept of liberty and limited government by his campaign and to me it is clear that he got mor
seems to be authentic and it appears that mitt romney received nine votes for president and paul ryan received nine votes for vice president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the state of alaska seems to be authentic. it appears that mitt romney received three votes for president and paul ryan received three votes for vice president. >> mr. president, the certificate of arizona appears to be authentic. mitt romney received 11 votes for president and paul ryan received 11 votes for vice president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the state of arkansas seems to be regular and authentic. it appears that make romney received six votes for president and paul ryan received six votes for vice president. >> mr. president, their certificate of the state of california seems to be regular and authentic. it appears that barack obama received 55 votes for president and joe biden received 55 votes for vice president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the state of colorado seems to be regular and authentic. it appears that barack obama received nine votes for president and joe biden recei
and conversation between susie and jean paul gaultier. i feel very fortunate at the fine arts museum because in fact susie mencus' son lives in the bay area and she comes frequently to visit the family. it is always my favorite time of in the exhibition, when she comes and i get to walk through the exhibition with her. it is so learnful. i wanted to share that opportunity with the rest of the bay area. one of my favorites, during the laurent exhibition, one of my favorite moments is one suzy stopped in her tracks. she said, this is it, this is what is true of any great artist or any great designer. when they do something, it can be shocking and avant-garde, but years later, we stand and look at it and believe it has always existed. i think that this is true of jean paul gaultier's work. i know that have been friends for a very long time. it is my honor to introduce both suzy menkes, fashion editor of the international herald tribune, and mr. jean paul gaultier. [applause] >> the love seat. [laughter] i just want to know, can you hear me? please shout loudly if you cannot. [laughter] yes or n
, at the police commission president, thomas mazzucco, commissioner kingsley, paul henderson from the mayor's office as representing because the mayor was unable to come tonight. also, we have commissioner loftus. also, the command at steep. d staff. deputy chief james that lake, lyn tomioka, leanora militello, and next to lyn commander biel, corrier from field comman. i would like to introduce chief grigory p. suhr. >> good evening, and hopefully lyn still wants to be your boss tomorrow. i know it is quiet and there are a lot of kids in the room. that is terrific. the medal of valor ceremony is the best event that we get to attend. it is when there is a crisis, emergency, extreme danger and takes everything you have to go forward, and everyone else that would want to run away, the people you will hear about tonight not only went forward, but they stood their ground, they saved lives, they promoted public safety, and i have been attending the medal of valor ceremonies as a captain since 1996, and i can honestly tell you the stories you will hear tonight in the roster we are born to go down
dream." watch live sunday at noon eastern on booktv on c-span2. >> paul jennings was a slave born in 1799 who served president james madison. he's the subject of "a slave in the white house" fight elizabeth dowling taylor, the former director of education at james madison's home of montpelier. she talked about her book at the library of congress. this is just under an hour. >> well, good afternoon. welcome to the library of congress. i'm john cole, i'm the director for the center of the book in the library congress. the center is the reading promotion arm of the library of congress. we were created in 1977 by librarian of congress daniel boorstin to help the library of congress stimulate public interest in books and reading and literacy. we operate primarily through a couple of national networks. they are our senators for the book in most of the states. they work with us to promote books and reading in their respective states, and in particular to promote writers and writing. we also have national reading promotion partners, many nonprofit groups and government organizations that
, correct, and check. watch out for them in today's show. i'm here at paul the gorilla's annual banana festival and what an appealing day it's been so far. ha, ha, appealing! from the banana photo booth, to the strange but wonderful banana petting zoo, to the always popular cart of banana stuff. (laughing) and now, to the nothing but banana sculpture contest. let's see how paul scores marcus and keith's banana eiffel tower. ♪ and annie and danny's banana taj mahal. ♪ (applause and cheers) 9.5 -- we can beat that. ours is definitely a 10. paul...that sign said zero, as in nothing. as in no points at all. did you see our banana taj mahal? did you see it? because it looks just like the real thing. what am i missing? annie! you said you were going to read the rules? hey, i don't read rules, ok? what kind of prankster do you think i am? but... (cheering) a zero? danny rebus is not a zero! a nothing! a nada! they get it! well, that does it from the park. paul and i are off to the diner to get ready for the banana festival party! hope to see you there later, bye. hey guys
hurricane sa are talking about 90 m hour winds... >> paul: wow. >> dave: ...flooding, the bridges and the tunnels all closed. they closed the subways. and we can't get an audience. so the question is: do we do a show, do we not do a show? >> paul: i don't know. i just... >> dave: it's up to you. >> paul: it's up to me? >> dave: yeah. >> paul: let's go for it. >> dave: do a show? >> paul: come on, let's do a show! >> dave: all right, come on in. why not? oh, wait a minute, the thing is... >> paul: where's the key? >> dave: oh, it's upstairs. ( band playing "late show" theme ) >> from new york, the greatest city in the world it's the "late show" with david letterman. tonight... plus paul shaffer and the cbs orchestra. and now, the perfect storm david letterman!
. can you -- i know you are in historian, not economist, but are you suggesting that paul krugman might be right? [laughter] >> at the story of paul krugman's column that suggests a facetiously or have facetiously do we need to do a repeat of the world war ii world were to production and machine by declaring war on alien sun ours and then we would suddenly mobilize an annual personal democracy would appear out of nowhere, subsidized and paid for by more and more washington deficit spending. now, i'm not endorsing now. and the point that you made, you have to subtly correct that it is not the world war ii production that this country out of the depression. it didn't. in fact, i think you could have some argument that in many ways it prolonged the depression. certainly ways of deprivation of an economy which had fewer shoes, fewer goods, washing machine contract or since i want. if you look at the numbers come in this is very interesting. look at the production standpoint. the rate of increase we talk about, the industrial miracle of world war ii to get underway here if you compare it to
fall where they may, where the work of a few. >> paul jennings was the slave 11799, who served president james madison. he is the subject of a slave in the white house, by taylor elizabeth dowling, former director at james madison some of montpelier coach he talked about her book at the library of congress. this is just under an hour. >> well, good afternoon. welcome to the library of congress. i am john cole, director of the center for the book in the library of congress. this center is the reading promotion arm of the library of congress. we were created in 1977 via library of congress, daniel boorstin to help the library of congress stimulate public interest in books and reading and literacy. we operate primarily through a couple of national networks. there are states that nurse for the book in most of the states and they work with us to promote books and reading in their respective states and in particular, to promote writers and writing. we also have national reading promotion part is, in many nonprofit groups and government organizations that we also were quick to promote
together with romney's former running mate paul ryan apparently also in attendance. imagine, right now we could all be crawling over the controversy of romney's own lip syncing of "america the beautiful" and preparing for ted nugent to be nominated as secretary of state. let's get right to our panel now in washington is dana milbank, political columnist for "the washington post," and in philadelphia lehigh university professor james peterson, a contributor to thegrio.com. good afternoon to both of you. professor peterson, as the president was busy today working on immigration overhaul, the gop was trying very hard to stop being the stupid party, to stop being the big bucks party. all the while re-electing their leadership and celebrating a losing candidate with a fancy lunch. so what's wrong with that picture? >> i mean, once again i think they've got this all wrong. i mean, first of all, msnbc's own michael steele outperformed reince priebus in a lot of different ways when he was chairman of the party. so it's interesting reince got another crack at it after all the losses they sustained
are free not to buy it. >> you applaud his decision? >> paul, what is weirder, the tax itself or that a conservative owns a smoothy shop? >> is he stirring the drink with a barrel of a gun? first of all, how are there -- are there -- there are no liberals in utah. he made three sales so far? >> some people have been complaining. they come in and leave messages on the website. this is is a disgrace. there are liberals in utah and they are very liberal. >> i am curious how he can differentiate. the conservative one is coming with a top hat made of baby seal. the liberals have a communications degree with their mom's credit card. how do you tell the difference between the two? >> why would they admit it? they have to pay more and their dollar is going to the heritage foundation. >> it is because of this guy who is very hard for conservatives to have smoothy shops in eastern utah. >> the problem is now every conservative will have a hard time getting a cup of coffee. all coffee shops are liberal comme's. >> starbucks will retaliate. >> here is how we can identify people. if you vo
capacitar a los guías aprendices. iremos con troy y dos estudiantes, paul globler y farayi mazuka, y sabremos lo que se necesita para obtener una licencia como guía de safaris en zimbabue. aquí es más denso, así que nos acercaremos en silencio a ver qué pasa, ¿entendido? (narrador) el animal que todos los turistas desean ver es el león. una cosa es verlos desde la seguridad de un jeep, rastrearlos a pie es otra cosa. troy tiene que pensar como si fuera un depredador. gallos de bosque. pongan atención. (narrador) combina el conocimiento de las huellas, la dirección del viento y las llamadas de las aves para saber dónde pueden estar los leones. no hagan ningún ruido, no hablen, jamás se comuniquen en estas situaciones, usen un sonido como este: ¡cr, cr!, o algo parecido, hagan el sonido y deténganse. (narrador) pasarán cinco años en capacitación antes de que paul y farayi hagan su examen final, el mismo tiempo que toma capacitar a un médico. pero tanto los doctores como los guías realmente tienen la vida de las personas en sus manos. ♪ ♪ [música de suspenso] ♪
. this is going to be fun. >> yeah. yeah, yeah, yeah. paul ryan's guy. >> aye, aye, aye. >> mr. i'm going to vote to raise taxes. >> mr. vote responsibly. we'll get to that. we'll get to that. >> $4 trillion more in debt. you know, if you take paul ryan's vote last night, plus the medicare, drug benefit plan, that's $11 trillion in new debt that paul ryan's voted for. >> yeah. >> suddenly, you know what? he's off the top of my list as a fiscal hawk because he has been a part of adding $11 trillion to the national debt, but we'll talk about it. >> could be a strong candidate for president in 2016, as a democrat. >> as a democrat. >> oh! >> $11 trillion paul ryan has now contributed to the national debt. $7 trillion in the medicare drug benefit plan, $4 trillion last night, passes the -- this is like saving yourself -- >> i didn't know you were so touchy-feely. >> let me get this great, richard haass. the republican party saves itself. they're virtuous. they save themselves for 20 years, they decide, going to be chaise, going to raise taxes, and they waited for 20 years before giving themselves awa
holding the shotgun is paul. his girlfriend, heidi, had just come home from a company party. >> she said she had seen this guy. >> grabbed my boyfriend and said, he's here. >> what they saw was the man suspected of burglarizing homes in their neighborhood, carrying a tv belonging to someone else. so paul's surveillance camera picked up the confrontation. >> whoa. >> in broad daylight. >> it was like he was walking right there where paul could see him, like walking across his lawn. >> was this tv from paul's house? or somebody in the neighborhood? >> it was somebody in the neighborhood. he couldn't have gone too far, because it was a big tv you can't walk too far with. >> he comes out john wayne style. shotgun right down the nose of the guy. what happens next? >> he was very compliant. >> smartly so. >> yeah, uh-huh. >> this is like the best citizens' arrest i have ever seen. >> i hoped i wouldn't have to. but i like the fact that you know, if it, if it does happen again, you know, we'll be prepared. > >> one of the most demanding races in the world is the dakar rally. this year it is goi
apologized for which no one ever take responsibility for which didn't stop rand paul trying to make secretary hillary clinton personally responsible for benghazi when the board cleared her. >> i'm glad you're accepting responsibility. i think that all thely with your leaving you accept the culpability for the worst tragedy since 9/11 i really mean that. had i been president at the time and i found that you did not read the cables from benghazi, you did not read the cables from ambassador stevens, i would have relieved you of your post. i think it's inexcuse cuesible. >> john: that's rand paul getting his in for 2016. i'm thrilled to be joined by tj crowley. thank you so much for joining us this evening. >> a through, john. >> john: i want to get your take on this. did these hearings seem to be more about what happened in four years than what happened in benghazi last fall? >> it's a mix. certainly as your clip showed, some senators and some representatives who just haven't got past september 15th. by the same token there were some from both parties who took the same forward-looking perspectiv
to the journal. editorial report. i'm paul gigo. that was president obamahi prom messing promising to make global warming. first may come over the keystone excel oil pipeline which has been under review since 2008. governor proposed a revised route for the pipeline through nebraska this week. the final hurdle to the project at the state level. and 53 senators, including nine democrats sent a letter to the white house on wednesday s urging president obama to expedite its approval. joining the panel this week "wall street journal" assistantan editorial page editor james freeman, senior economics writer steve moore, and washington columnist kim strousel. kim, where did it that come from? i don't remember climate change being something a president talked about a lot in the campaign if at all. >> surprise. >> he didn't wait for the state of the union, it's in the inauguralof address. what's going on here politically? >> look, i think some of us did think this was coming. ler, this>> was a high priority of his backk in 2008 when he campaigned. but they got beat up on it. they lost that fight in 2009.
a half and half for me, would ya? what name is that? brendan: paul. yeah. has paul been on one of those courses? charm school? yeah. really kickin' in, isn't it? you all right, oonagh? nothin' twenty grand wouldn't fix. he's laughin' at us. donal: dooley? he looked well-rattled to me. well, we're gonna have to rattle him a bit more. know what i'm sayin'? i mean really shake him up. like in sicily? like in sicily. brendan: no, no, no -- that's what they do in england -- "the dog and duck," "the slug and spinach" -- these are the names that big breweries give to local bars just to make them sound authentic. "the gard and breathalyzer". thank you, dermot. no, they don't. they call them "kitty o'shea's" or "scrubby mulligan's" and pretend they're irish. well, i'll call it "oonagh dooley's" and it really will be irish. leave it as fitzgerald's, then it'll be even more irish. how could it be more irish? because it'll have been there longer. you'll not be shackled by logic, will you, brendan? no. how are you, father? ah, what's your suggestion, father?
senator rand paul of kentucky, the tea party darling, the leader of the tea party used the hearing to grandstand and advance his political positions. >> had i been president at the time and i found that you did not read the cables from benghazi, you did not read the cables from ambassador stevens, i would have relieve you'd of your post. i think it's inexcusable. >> tough talk from president paul. his question to secretary clinton should help get to the bottom of things, don't you think? >> now, my question is the u.s. involved with any procuring of weapons, transfer of weapons, buying, selling, anyhow transferring weapons to turkey out of libya? >> to turkey? >> it just gets weirder from there. >> i will have to take that question for the record. nobody's ever raised that with me. >> it's been in news reports that ships have been leaving from libya, and that they may have weapons. >> ah, i bet you can figure out where those news reports came from. fox news and other conservative outlets are pushing a conspiracy theory about gun running from libya to turkey in order to arm the rebe
institute] >> next, remarks from paul ryan and scott walker. live at 7:00, your calls and comments on "the washington journal." >> one of the key themes for any exhibition on the civil war of the twin issues of abolition and emancipation. we are fortunate they came of age when they did because between the two of them, they make issues around emancipation and abolition, issues around human rights and the american freedom on a general not raise specific level. i will go through every piece of information that johnson puts it to this picture. i will summarize by saying if you pay attention to the top half as well as the bottom half, there is a letter going from the bedroom window up to the big wink and as if there is a way in and out without being seen. there is a rooster up here. roosters have a habit of finding a purge and calling to the hen to spend the night with them. the slave is on top of the slave -- the head is on top of the slave quarters. if you look at the white girl in the backyard with a black girl checking if the coast is clear, some say, she is coming to hear the music. she is
." joining me now is michael shure of course our political correspondent here on "the young turks"." and paul waldman he's contributing editor for "the prospect." thank you for joining us, paul, we appreciate it. >> my pleasure. >> cenk: first immigration. the group of bipartisan senators came out and said they wanted to do immigration reform. the president spoke about it. let me show you. >> obama: the good news is for the first time in many years republicans and democrats seem ready to tackle this problem together. members of both parties in both chambers are actively working on a solution. yesterday a bipartisan group of senators announced their principles for comprehensive immigration reform is very much in line with the principles i proposed and campaigned on for the last few years. >> cenk: michael, let me start with you and then paul, i want to talk to about that interesting provision in there. i love when politicians deny that something is about politics. they released right before obama was set to give a speech on immigration the white house said oh no, no, we're not worried about th
policy change. let's not go crazy. paul ryan and the young guns could lead a panel called 40 is the new 18 about how we could lift the voting age from 18 to 40. problem solved. i got lots of great ideas. if you invited me to come, i would be delighted to share them with you. i would love to be there. sa while i'm joking, they are totally serious. rather than change their message and adjust to the changing demographics, the republican party has apparently decided their best bet is to rig the electoral game. to paraphrase "the gamble qugame all losers they yell deal the cards again. let's not let them. that does it for us. martin bashir, it is all yours. >> i agree entirely. it's thursday, january 17th, and the president's first task is to keep america's children safe, so who could possibly disagree with that. >> there will be pundits and politicians and special interest lobbyists publicly warning of the tyrannical all-out assault on liberty. >> is there now an obligation to ban motorcycles, bicycles, knives, et cetera? >> i'm afraid that president obama may have this king complex sort of
'm glad. officer paul nelson took the report. nelson-- same name anthony gave us. in '64, he was a rookie in the third district. he worked under the command of captain john russo. a russo's raider. he booked the city when he retired. lives out in alden. works at the cop shop at the union hall. go pay him a visit. rush: paul nelson? yes? lilly rush, homicide. scotty valens, same. what can i do for you? you took a complaint of harassment from a daniel holtz in 1964. neighborhood boys threw food at them. this kid was murdered the same night. yeah. want to tell us what you know? i knew this day would come. let's meet tomorrow. this reduced sodium soup says it may help lower cholesterol, how does it work? you just have to eat it as part of your heart healthy diet. step 1. eat the soup. all those veggies and beans, that's what may help lower your cholesterol and -- well that's easy [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. saved $480 bucks.car insurance you know what that is? yeah. don't say it. so you know what it is, right? yeah, yeah, don't. that's a lot of dough! ♪ [ male a
of countries she visited as secretary of state. >> you think it is cold outside? >> cool. >> paul says it is nothing. >> high-def doppler showing dry conditions because of a big area of high pressure that will move overhead tomorrow, sunshine in 2 afternoon. that l above the gulf of alaska is the source of cold air that will be moving in later this week. >>> a bay area landmark was swept out to sea. [ audio difficulty ] we are all reflections of the people who came before us. the good they did inspires us, prepares us and guides us. at new york life everything we do is to help you keep good going. executive chairman eric schmidt arrived there today with former >>> the man who runs google is now in north korea, eric schmitt arrived with former new mexico chairman. they say the visit is poorly timed coming weeks after they carried out a long range rocket test. >>> the ten banks including city, jp morgan chase and wells fargo will make $3.3 million in direct payments to customers in foreclosure, during 2009 and 2010. >> it replaces an independent foreclosure r
know what you're saying. they did re-elect ron paul to the congress. speak of ron paul -- i mean paul ryan. >> a lot of rones. >> we're talking ayn rand. >> john: what is the ron paul, paul ryan obsession with ayn rand. if ayn rand were alive, she would hate them for their religion and christianity? >> i stliez with people who love ayn rand because i was a college freshman once myself. it is totally a phase. it is hilarious to me to hear people say i'm a fundamentalist christian and i like ayn rand. that's like saying i love reese's cups but i hate chocolate. it is one of the two ingredients. >> john: we'll get a fox news history lesson that will surprise you because it's completely made up and false. >> john: what's one way fox news helps america? mr. mccaffrey. >> i'm a comedian and writer so they keep me employed. they provide content and help keep me off the unemployment line. >> john: tina? >> someone needs to give gorgeous blond anchorwomen a job. >> christian? >> before the era of fox news, america's eyebrow grooming habits were way out of whack. now we have the waxing techniqu
. for the first time on tv, oscar winner paul hagga, the highest profile scientologist ever to leave the church speaks out to harry smith. >> does this concern you, our having this conversation right now? >> yes, of course it does. it's insanity. these are not people you want to mess with. >> and one family claims what they endured to break free of the church. >> they would separate us. there's a guard outside. >> do you know how crazy this sounds? >> i know. >> it was crazy to us as well. >>> also tonight, the lance armstrong saga. after years of denials, he finally admits to years of doping in tonight's interview with oprah. bob costas will be with us to talk about the fallout and all those armstrong attacked along the way. >>> and chelsea clinton reports on a life-changing love story that is now changing the lives of hundreds of girls. >> we can provide a safe place to protect these girls that make them feel special, makes them feel like they can get over things. >>> plus, the mother of all basement hobbies, one that has to be seen to be believed, that and more as "rock center" gets under wa
in motion, speaker boehner and paul ryan talk tough on the party's path forward. this morning, we'll talk to another top house republican, georgia's tom price, about the challenges ahead. >>> and the 2012 campaign saw ron paul's supporters get inside the nominating system to buck the establishment. now party leaders might face a fight on new rules put in place at the convention, to shore up the establishment and prevent the next insurgent, rand paul, say, in 2016? good morning from washington. it's thursday, january 24th, 2013. this is "the daily rundown." i'm chuck todd. apologies for the gravelly voice. i have beyonce's lip syncer standing by, shall i need her. anyway, let's get right to my first reads of the morning. secretary of state hillary clinton will be back on the hill today for what is likely to be her last appearance before congress as america's top diplomat. she'll introduce her likely successor, senator john kerry, whose confirmation begins just about an hour from now. three weeks after her release from a new york hospital after a concussion and a blood clot, clinton jousted
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